Red wigglers are mostly top feeders. That is to say, you can just put your leafy scraps right on top of their dirt and they will be right there to feed. There is no need to work it in or anything like that. You can even toss slices of old bread on top and they will eat it from underneath. Remember, worms are an organic gardeners friend. In fact, put a bunch of them in each of your garden beds. They will continuously aerate your soil and keep it loose while at the same time they will be creating their famous worm poo and automatically fertilize your soil.For example, human hair spread around the garden will keep out rabbits. Lavender and basil deter ants. Rosemary will repel mosquitoes. The way that you arrange your plants can help protect certain vegetables, too. Garlic and peppers planted around tomatoes and squash will help protect them from harmful insects and rodents.